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The temperature-based Grapevine Sugar Ripeness (GSR) model for adapting a wide range of Vitis vinifera L. cultivars in a changing climate
Context and purpose of the study ‐ Temperatures are increasing due to climate change leading to advances in grapevine phenology and sugar accumulation in grape berries. This study aims (i) to develop a temperature‐based ...
Diversity buffers winegrowing regions from climate change losses
(National Academy of Sciences, 2020-02-11)
Agrobiodiversity—the variation within agricultural plants, animals, and practices—is often suggested as a way to mitigate the negative impacts of climate change on crops [S. A. Wood et al., Trends Ecol. Evol. 30, 531–539 ...
Classification of varieties for their timing of flowering and veraison using a modelling approach: A case study for the grapevine species Vitis vinifera L.
Understanding differences in phenology for varieties of a given species is important for making informed decisions on variety choice in the context of climate change and breeding new cultivars. Phenological models that ...
Temperature-based grapevine sugar ripeness modelling for a wide range of Vitis vinifera L. cultivars
Increasing temperatures due to climate change are leading to advances in grapevine phenology and sugar accumulation in grape berries. This study aims to (i) determine if a temperature-based model can predict the time to ...